Indonesia Passes 5 Representatives to Second Round of German Open 2022

The German Open 2022 is officially held. One of the Super 300 tournaments has started since Tuesday (8/3/2022) and will last until Sunday (13/3/2022).

Indonesia only sent its six best representatives in the German Open 2022 tournament. The six representatives of the Red and White have completed the first round match. There were five Indonesian representatives who made it through to the next round.

1. Jojo and Ginting qualify for the second round

Indonesia Passes 5 Representatives to Second Round of German Open 2022Anthony Sinisuka Ginting, Indonesian men’s singles (instagram.com/badminton.ina)

Two Indonesian men’s singles managed to advance to the second round of the German Open 2022. Anthony Sinisuka Ginting who competed on the first day successfully defeated the Spanish representative, Pablo Abian, in straight sets with a score of 21-14 and 23-21.

Meanwhile, Jonathan Christie, who only competed on the second day, had to play three sets to ensure victory. The athlete who is familiarly called Jojo managed to get rid of the Chinese representative, Li Shi Feng, with a score of 21-16, 18-21, and 21-15.

2. Vito has to lift the suitcase

Indonesia Passes 5 Representatives to Second Round of German Open 2022Shesar Hiren Rhustavito, Indonesian men’s singles (instagram.com/bwf.official)

Shesar Hiren Rhustavito became the first Indonesian representative to have to lift a suitcase before the German Open 2022. The Indonesian men’s singles team failed to follow his partner, Anthony Sinisuka Ginting, who advanced to the last sixteen or second round.

The athlete who is familiarly called Vito lost to Hong Kong’s mainstay in men’s singles, Lee Cheuk Yiu. Vito was defeated in a three-set battle with a score of 16-21, 21-14, and 18-21 in a duration of 58 minutes.

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3. Playing rubber, Fajar/Rian qualify for the second round

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Indonesia Passes 5 Representatives to Second Round of German Open 2022Fajar Alfian/Muhammad Rian Ardianto, Indonesian men’s doubles (instagram.com/badminton.ina)

Fajar Alfian/Muhammad Rian Ardianto met the Danish men’s doubles, Jeppe Bay/Lasse Molhede, in the first round of the 2022 German Open. Fajar/Rian won with a convincing score in the first set, 21-14.

Unfortunately, the mainstay of Indonesia’s men’s doubles had to lose heavily in the second set with a score of 9-21. Entering the deciding set, Fajar / Rian always led the points and managed to win with a score of 21-14. This match lasted 44 minutes.

4. Tight, Adnan/Mychelle keep going

Indonesia Passes 5 Representatives to Second Round of German Open 2022Adnan Maulana/Mychelle Chrystine Bandaso, Indonesian mixed doubles (instagram.com/badminton.ina)

From the mixed doubles sector, Adnan Maulana/Mychelle Chrystine Bandaso managed to secure a ticket to the second round of the German Open 2022. Playing on the first day, Adnan/Mychelle met the Indian pair, Dhruv Kapila/Gayatri Gopichand Pullela.

Chase the score occurred since the beginning of the game. Adnan/Mychelle managed to win in straight sets with a very tight score of 21-19 and 21-19 in a duration of 38 minutes.

5. Rinov/Phita followed by Adnan/Mychelle

Indonesia Passes 5 Representatives to Second Round of German Open 2022Rinov Rivaldy/Phita Haningtyas Mentari, Indonesian mixed doubles (instagram.com/rivaldyrinov)

Another mixed doubles, Rinov Rivaldy/Phita Haningtyas Mentari also advanced to the second round of the German Open 2022. Rinov/Phita successfully eliminated the New Zealand pair, Oliver Leydon-Davis/Anona Pak, in straight sets with an easy score of 21-10 and 21-6.

These five Indonesian representatives will compete in the second round of the German Open 2022. The last sixteen rounds will take place on Thursday (10/3/2022). Indonesian Spirit!

Read also: Indonesian squad at German Open 2022, without representatives from women’s singles

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